2nd to 4th March
2nd to 4th March
2nd to 4th March
Kraków – Poland
CEM 2022 [Virtual Event] Conference and Exhibition on Emissions Monitoring will take place as a virtual event.
The CEM event started in the United Kingdom in 1997 and has been held in The Netherlands, Denmark, France, Switzerland, Italy, The Czech Republic, Turkey, Portugal, India and Hungary.
For this year 2022, CEM event becomes Virtual, allowing more delegates attend the conference, network with both equipment suppliers and other delegates from the comfort and safety of their own home or office.
Important: For the Virtual event there will be No delegate fees which will open up more opportunities for interested attendees to participate and join the event.
CONFERENCE TOPICS FOR 2022 ARE:
“Emission regulation, future monitoring challenges,
standards, quality procedures and much more…”
During the conference, TCR Tecora® will present the first results of the F.A.N.G.H.I. (POR FESR 2014-2020 Lombardy Region). The project aims to identify advanced forms of sewage sludge management. TCR Tecora® is engaged within the project, in the development of technology suitable for assessing the health and environmental impact deriving from the combustion of sewage sludge and at CEM 2022 presents an experimental setup work to monitor mercury emissions. To read the ABSTRACT, Click here!
|Mercury Emissions Monitoring – (Session Chairs : Robert Baxter) (9:00 – 12:20)|
|09:00||VIP and Opening|
|09:30||Mercury Speciation Measurements from Boiler to Stack||Timothy Rodak||Clean Air Engineering||United States|
|09:50||Continuous mercury emission monitoring in Europe – challenges of the new BREF||Florian Greiter||SICK||Germany|
|10:10||Quality assurance of mercury monitoring systems and new innovations||Ken Roberts||Gasmet Technologies (UK)||United Kingdom|
|Coffee and Posters (10:30 – 11:00)|
|11:00||A Story of Response to a Changing Landscape of Mercruy Emissions Limitations – and prospective Analogies under the EU BREF Guidelines||Karl Wilber||Tekran Instruments||United States|
|11:20||Continuous Mercury Emission Monitoring with Long-term Sampling on Sorption Traps – Experiences at flue gas temperatures of 200°C||Juergen Reinman||ENVEA Deutschland||Germany|
|11:40||SRM EN 13211 isokinetic sampling coupled with on-line and continuous analytical system for Mercury speciation in flue gas: waste water treatment sludge in a combustion / co-combustion municipal solid waste incinerator case-study||Paolo Lopinto||TCR Tecora||Italy|
|12:00||Stack Emissions Monitoring using Mercury CEMS: An Overview of Quality Assurance Requirements||David Graham||Uniper Technologies||United Kingdom|
|Lunch and Posters (12:20 – 14:00)|
|Regulation – (Session Chairs : Rod Robinson & David Graham) (14:00 – 17:00)|
|14:00||New BAT and its challenges||Nathalie Kinga Kowalski||Eurometaux||Belgium|
|14:20||Impact of uncertainties on implementation of newly reviewed Waste Incineration BAT Conclusions||Lighea Speziale||CEWEP||Belgium|
|14:40||Implementation of BAT Conclusions in the Polish cement industry||Bozena Sroda||The Polish Cement Association||Poland|
|15:00||WI BAT conclusions and changes in emissions monitoring – What should you know?||Kristian Hentelä||Gasmet Technologies||Finland|
|Coffee and Posters (15.20 – 15.50)|
|15:50||India’s Environmental regulation- A customized real-time monitoring with global standards||Sanjeev K. Kanchan||Adage Automation||India|
|16:10||Regulation of large industrial installations within the European Union||David Graham||Uniper Technologies Ltd||United Kingdom|
|16:30||Industrial Emission Directive (IED) implementation updated with focus on calibration and instrumentation gases necessary to comply with the new regulatory requirements||Roberto Parola||Linde||Germany|
|16:50||The new MCP directive and the monitoring solutions recommended and adapted for gas monitoring||Jerome LEFRANCOIS||ENVEA||France|